AK Picture Thread!

nuge

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Here's another work of art by Mario...

This Russian replica AK105 was built by Piece of History Firearms using a transferable Polytech receiver, an East German barrel and many Russian parts. Love the slow rate of fire!

 

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Mario IS the MAN!
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I have been a member here for quite awhile buying and selling stuff so I thought I would pitch in and show some of my stuff. These are the first three AK's I built. The underfolder is the very first one. They are all based on "Romy G" kits.



Here is an AK74 pistol I built, and have not put a finish on the receiver.



Here is my entire AK based collection. The only one in this pic I did not build is the second fron the far right. It is a CAI Galoni. Yes I built the PSL.

 
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Very cool - I like the paint job.

Does your wife know about these?!
 

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I don't know if this question has been asked before, but I have a 1954 original Izhmash milled receiver under folder AK 47, which has the softest trigger action out of all my Semi-Auto rifles... brilliant.
My Zastava M92 however, is so bad that at every round fired there is this massive vibration that comes through the trigger which eventually starts to hurt.
Is anyone else aware of this problem and does anyone on the forum know how to fix it? Thanks, in advance.
 

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I don't know if this question has been asked before, but I have a 1954 original Izhmash milled receiver under folder AK 47, which has the softest trigger action out of all my Semi-Auto rifles... brilliant.
My Zastava M92 however, is so bad that at every round fired there is this massive vibration that comes through the trigger which eventually starts to hurt.
Is anyone else aware of this problem and does anyone on the forum know how to fix it? Thanks, in advance.

As this is a "Picture" thread, I suggest that you start a new thread with your question.
Best of luck resolving your issue.
MHO, YMMV, etc.
 

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Nice vid & JM is the man indeed, I need to post up my Polytech Fleming conversion AK on here too. I'm horrible at posting pics on these forums, lol.
 

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